Israeli transportation and tourism employees will carry out a work slowdown on Wednesday in solidarity with striking postal workers, the nation’s Histadrut Labor Federation has announced.
The move comes in response to another failure in negotiations between the union and the Finance Ministry to resolve a struggle over fate of 1,500 postal workers.
Both the transportation and tourism ministries will be on strike on Wednesday. In addition, no mail will be delivered to any government ministry or embassy, and no registered mail will be delivered as well.
Postal workers will also conduct a two-hour “strike walk” outside the Tel Aviv Cinematheque as well, from 11 am to 1 pm.